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. >> the celebrity is kim kardashian. >> kim kardashian. >> kim kardashian. >> kim kardashian. >> kim kardashian. >> kim kardashian. >> kim kdashian. >> she is literally sitting on a fortune. >> the streets are always talking and we're always listen i ing. up next time for "ask wendy." >> wendy: welcome back. time for "ask wendy." how you doin'? >> how you doi? i'm a makeup artist so my face is my best advertisement yet every guy wants me to be more natural. >> wendy: you makeup artists do wear a lot of makeup. you do but you have to sell your product. so when you're at the makeup counter, the department store, where you actually sell, i think when you're on the clock, wear as much makeup as you can pile on. we want tips. we understand as women it's exaggerated on you but you're advertising. guysike a cleaner face. however, some guys just like it so natural that, no, i'm not doing that. i would say, don't be down so hard. not so much makeup. it's a turnoff. >> okay. >> wendy: it's a turnoff to guys. how you doin'? >> how you doin', wendy? i have an 18-year-old daughter. i just recently moved my
as an continuance supervisor avalos do you over that. >> i believe it was supervisor kim. >> unfortunately, we don't have a representative from the sheriff's department. it's a retroactive issue it should have come to us back in april. i don't know in april of 2013 so retroactive and i want to know why we can't renegotiate those besides giving the cards to the inmates based on the the revenue they've spent on those are calls. i don't know if three weeks is more appropriate we don't have a board meeting after thanksgiving >> supervisor avalos. >> thank you it seems like the expenses are retroactive i second our. >> i make a motion for three weeks. >> okay supervisor kim has made a motion for december. item 33 >> item 33 with the property lease as landlord for space at 755 van ness he avenue for an initial term for $102 million. >> colleagues, can we take it same house, same call? it's adapted. >> this is to accept and extend a grant for disease prevention of hepatitis from september 29, 2014. >> this resolution is adapt. >> this is for a grant and cash for the friends of library for the pe
as the mayor of san francisco and joining jane kim in welcoming the first international incubator right here on market street the innovation capital of the year. i want to thank the general for being here per he's here because he knews we're an international city. we host some 72 foreign consulate offices here. we're host to 18 sister centralize and one is in japan. i'm delighted that today on this wonderful announcement of digital garage 707 is in the heart that combination of the digital garage incubator headquarters in the innovation corridor. i was talking to some of the media they know this is part of our commitment to market street. that we want this to be the incubator innovation for the whole year. i have sincerely announcements one is the recognition that innovation isn't done locally we're part of on integral market the talent is here and technology interest is here and we make a long-term commitment to discover better ideas in business or comfortably the quality of life better. the acknowledging other announcements is to thank the digital garage because they've begun in the very k
. >> okay. on the kim avalos gibner amendment, colleagues can we take that without objection. that should be the case. and any further discussion before a vote on the underlying ordinance as amended? supervisor wiener? >> thank you, mr. president. this has been a robust discussion. and i do, what everyone's view on this and it's clear on all sides of this issue is very passionate and i think we are all very passionate about trying to get homeless people housed and we are passionate about keeping our parks clean and safe. i don't think it moves the conversation forward to talk about paving over our parks. i think there were a lot of motivations attributed to support this legislation which aren't just me, which our wonderful san francisco parks alliance, our labors union, the people who have to come in every morning and fix all the vandalism and clean up these parks after they are trashed. these hardworking women and men who work for the park and it wasn't just the union leaders who came to this hearing on this issue, there were individual gardeners who showed up because they wanted to tel
kim? >> thank you, i actually want to suggest another amendment. i have been told that this is not an anti-homeless initiative. for that reason, on page 3, under subsection d. online 5 and 6, we keep the park hours but shall be subject to the penalty setforth in the park article 10 and i want to pet put put with the exception of sleeping violation. this is a point that i forgot to make earlier. that is this. identify talked -- i have talked to people who sleep in our parks. i don't have the data that shows this but the vast majority of people that sleep in the park are women. i know this concern came from supervisor campos around members of our lgbt community and homeless. by the way, many of you know i stayed in a shelter over night and i saw the bias against lgbt particularly against transgender members. it is not to blame people in our shelter system. our shelter system is a mime mic crow -- micro system. there is a lot of bias and miss understanding around transgender. i heard a lot from women that say they feel safer sleeping in the parks as well. we have a
paul guests the tall guy in the back. i'm sorry and sprifrp kim. there should say right there thank you >> so the building our standing in was built in 1938 as a transit shed and it's been used for many things for many defy types of folks. wire super proud to have our ribbon cutting. some of you have had a tour and you'll be able to see all the wonderful things. a little bit about some of the things we did if develop this space is it was very important that we use green building design standards. so in all of our construction of the project and so many of the things the lighting for example, the heating and cooling systems all done with lead compliant standards and then in the near future we'll be using solar on the roof and generating such as 75 percent of our power requirements here. so very green approach to the space. so this is the home of our consumer product groups headed up by this lady and as well as our advanced research groups that's doing bioresearch. so i think without further ado it's my great pleasure to introduce the audit desks president ceo ceo and chief maker. carl w
supportive >> supervisor avalos. i. supervisor breed commissioner wu. i supervisor farrell. supervisor kim. i. supervisor tang. i arrest supervisor weiner. supervisor yee. there are 11 i's. with that, colleagues go to roll call. >> supervisor avalos your first for introduction. >> excuse me. my voice. i'm interrogating a draft charter amendment as we move toward the november ballot for transportation revenue and how revenue is spent we have on a equity framework. i want to thank any co-sponsors supervisor campos, kim and mar. san francisco is going through growth and literally transforming our skyline. it's clear to many we're not all sharing in the disparity. many people have falling far behind. more than ever city government must provide equity so san francisco's most vulnerable can have access to san francisco's growing prosperity. our local transportation system has fallen behind and our demands are greater than every whether you bike or reside muni from violation valley or get on the t line or stockton or the bus if china town or helpfully watch buses pass you by at presidio or at
of emergency management and 911 for kids. my name is elise kim and i am with 911 public education and just so you all know, 911 is the universal emergency response number when we need help, and it is used in the u.s., canada, and kayman islands and other countries they use different numbers. but, the 911 for kids program was created in 1990 in response to the alarming number of calls that were not emergencies, and with the whole purpose of trying to reduce 911 misuse. and we are really thrilled with the program and how we work collaboratively with public safety all over the nation and the city of san francisco is just an exemp lary program in public education. now, it is my pleasure to introduce today's master of ceremony, he is a legendary los angeles and oakland raiders wide receiver, 1987 heisman trophy winner from notredame and the national chairman for 911 welcome number 81, tim brown. [ applause ] >> thank you very much. elise. she left out number 81 in your program but number one in your heart she left that part out. so it is a pleasure to be here today. we are here to recognize two ou
. >> commissioner kim? >> kim absent. >> commissioner mar? >> mar absent. >> commissioner tang? >> present. >> commissioner weiner? >> present. >> yee. >> present. >> commissioner kim. >> present. we have a quorum. >> item two, approve the minutes of the minutes of october, 22, 2013. this is action item. >> any comments on the minutes? >> seeing none, any member of the public like to comment, we will close public comment. and quickly, we will have a roll call vote. >> commissioner avalos? >> aye. >> breed? >> aye. >> campos >> absent. >> chiu? >> chiu, aye. >> cohen? >> aye. >> far ill. >> aye. >> kim. >> aye. >> mar, absent. >> tang? >> aye. >> weiner? >> aye. >> commissioner yee? >> aye. >> that item passes. >> the item passes. >> the last page? madam clerk, could you call the next item. >> chair's report, this is an information item. >> good morning, colleagues, we have a very full agenda today with presentations on the water front transportation assessment, under items 11 and 12 and a possible closed session under 13 to approve the director's objectivity and performance goals. novembe
embarcadero which requires more work. >> miss kim, mr. kim has a question? >> sure. just a question on the escalator, i often hear, by the way, i'm happy to see this as the process of the question. one of the breakdowns is exposure to environment. we need awe ning and i have seen that in a lot of countries they have been covering escalators. i'm wondering if that was part of the discussion as to the long-term of maintenance? >> i will have mta staff. >> yes. jonathan with mta. yes there have been processes about taking care of that issue of having canopies for each of the portals because it does have an impact on the escalate ors. and the mayor is processing that. >> would the timeline be aligned or would the escalator work go in before? >> undetermined at this point. i'm hoping that will continue. but the issues you raise under consideration will certainly help us if resolve improve the life of those assets. are all of these 17 on market street? >> there are some at, we have an overall escalator replacement program. this is the second phase. we do share some of the escalators with
. supervisor cohen, cohen, aye. supervisor farrell, aye, supervisor k*im, kim, aye. supervisor mar, aye. supervisor tang? aye. supervisor wiener, aye, supervisor yee, aye. supervisor avalos? avalos, aye. there are 11 ayes. >> madam clerk, can you read the in memoriam >> >> today's meeting will be adjourned by the memory of the beloved individual, on supervisor cohen, dpr the late officer michael howard. sxfrjts do we have anymore business in front of the board. >> that concludes our business before the board today, mr. president. >> we hope everyone has a wonderful thank giving. we are adjourned before the board. (gavel). (meeting is adjourned). >> good morning, today is tuesday, november 26th, 2013, welcome to the san francisco county, transportation authority, my name is john avalos the chair of the authority. and our clerk today is erika cheng and we are broadcast today by sfgtv staff. and thank you for your service. madam clerk, could you please call the roll. >> roll call. >> commissioner avalos? >> present. >> commissioner breed? >> here. >> campos? >> absent. >> chiu? >> present.
questions to the appellant. supervisor kim. okay. now are there any members of the public that wish to speak on the side of the appellant. please step up sir, >> i don't want to get too close to this problem issue. but i have an objection in time or by chances in response to this go, bad, trust, false, yes or no thing but to make a public judgment in the matter of civil justice >> thank you. next speaker, please. >> good afternoon. i'm douglas. i wasn't planning on speaking on this item by this item is interesting in the sense that i feel that the appellant is at a noticeable disadvantage because most people not knowing it's going to be tough trying to figure out whether you're being voiced by the department of public works or when you deal with the city i think that's something that the appellant has stuck with and made a good expression on all of us lymph nodes to this back and forth and the appellant is correct to pose questions and since there was some sort of not complete clarity as to what should he was told to pursue it to today's hearing. i want to suggest a common sense
. okay mayor, is supervisor kim here >> yes. >> supervisor kim, director of public health garcia and t nc partners really want to welcome you and we're very, very pleased you're here to share the occasion. the new clinic is actual one of the first grants that we've built since 1969. not only is this incredible it's at the heals of health care reform. i want to thank the mayor's office for their you financial support and director garcia and also to be able to navigate the whole f f c process. this has been really challenging to bring two different clinics with two total care of having a single way of doing things. it's been challenging but the san francisco staff has shown they can do anything to come together to create this incredible clip. i've said about being incredible in the way they provide care to the homeless they have the best practice and that's what's been brought together not only is the practice being brought together but it's a one stop care for homeless people it has housing and primary care and community programs so it's a one stop location and we will get a better outc
with this supplemental appropriations to accept nonprofits for revising rentals. i want to thank supervisor kim for addressing those challenges. she will soon be getting together with the mayor's office. to participate with supervisor kim i hope we identify funding so the working group will be able to consider various options. a preliminary option stimulates revenue growth in $6 million plus revenue that's likely to arise as construction projects are completed in the years ahead. the city implemented a successful program in earlier years the grants for displacement assistance and real property acquisition. while wove seen in the form of revenue growth we need to assure that this is helping to better serve our residents rather than seeing them forced to consider other options. i look forward to working with supervisor kim and other stakeholders in tackling those challenges. i have a second piece of legislation i'm interrogating. colleagues as you know my office has worked closely with the residents on the broadway corridor to deal with the public safety issues that's arisen. recently, we approve
at the beginning of hearing and it has to be at the end but i appreciate it. >> supervisor kim. i think that dwp needs to do 80 a better job of the basis in which you can appeal the waiver fees is incredibly important. so if a person asks for a reduction sending people to the board of supervisors is irresponsible. you have to make an appeal to the board of supervisors or you're wasting everyone's time the board of supervisors they believe they can make an appeal on their low income nodes. so the answer shouldn't be mingle someone asks about this issue it's dwps responsibility to recommend the option. we should be clear about what the other options are list in the memo. all the homeownership's don't need to pay the conversion fee. you can ask for a delay in paying our fees until the map approval occurs. they should with in one waiver. there should be a better process. this is incredibly frustrating to see people confused come on to the board >> supervisor campos. >> i want to i'll to the lady the appellant because i don't know that i know this should not are been handled this way. we don't have
by generations even if people who had hitting him as a teacher. >> thank you supervisor farrell. supervisor kim >> thank you. i'm introducing a resolution supporting the secure our smart phone initiatives that be charred by as many of you know, our san francisco assistant district attorney and london mayor borrowing johnson. it's time for manufacturers to put their profits after the products. 50 percent of all robberies in san francisco involved a communication stolen devices. it's the top property crime in the u.s. pr sometimes those leads to injuries and sometimes, the loss of life. it only gets worse in measures don't take action. i want to thank sam sun they created a kill switch to all excise at the moment they got stolen. all the software was on the smart phones in the united states. all the carriers including t mobile and sprint refused to collaborate on this. this can lead to ending the theft as we've seen in australia and it the kill switch can act anywhere in the world by eliminating this the market for stole devices will be eliminated and no motivate to stole them. i'm interrogatin
lee and supervisor jane kim. it's incredible to be standing here with them. thank you. we appreciate the commitment the city has shown forecast and for the arts community. i have lived in the tenderloin for 10 years and this is a warm spot in my neighborhood. this used to be a cool neighborhood in san francisco and it's great to be back on track. as the mayor said, this is the greatest place for economic development for the community and it's also important educational resource and help us transcend barriers across these communities. these dynamics are as the mayor and supervisor said are seriously impacting the art and we need a permanent solution to address the displacement of our organization. we collaborate with local government agencies, businesses, and civic leaders and artist to purchase and lease space for artist in the organization and to develop and expand their facilities and purchase their own facilities. we are developing this with the can an foundation and we fund arts in san francisco. and it's with the city's key artist the need for space which forms a huge challenge
korea, says the country's leader kim jong-un. but kim did not hold what would have been his first summit meeting during the mongolian leader's visit. he began his four-day state visit to north korea on monday. this year marks the 65th anniversary of diplomatic ties between the two countries. the mongolian president met with members of the north korean leadership, including kim yung nam who is second in command. many analysts predicted kim jong-un would meet with him but there's been no word on whether they met. north korea's state-run media said he asked kim to give a president to the north korean leader. observers think pyongyang might have refused the mongolian request for a summit. they say the leadership may believe that kim should first meet with the leader of china, the country's key supporter. >>> a german politician says edward snowden is willing to testify in an investigation that u.s. agents monitored the cell phone of german chancellor angela merkel. the lawmaker met the former u.s. intelligence contractor in moscow. german media say the legislator of the opposition green part
it is transform active for this corridor. i know how hard supervisor wiener and kim and mark leno when we all had been thinking about how to reinvest in this whole life corridor on market street. we were waiting for moments like this. to truly signal a big transformation change along market street and k c e t strand is wonderful you'll see the 3 hundred seats in the theatre and wonder why didn't we do this long time ago. i've often said market street is a big priority but i have to tell you the truth it wasn't twitter it began with arts grassroots organizations taking the risks the costume shop and others joined supervisor that kim and i and said can you take the risk first and a attract some of the small businesses. they went about it when twitter and is an desk and other wonderful companies that are located here now were then ref the compliment. we talk about technology in the city. technology can't live without of the arts and the vice versa. and our kids are learning that that's why we teach arts and math and i came back from new york and they're jealous. i have to say they're jealous because
, estÁ muerto. >> ¿quÉ? >> va a matar a kim, es su final de juego, quiere que la vea morir. >> ¿dÓnde estÁ? >> en el octavo piso, donde preparÉ la prueba final. recuerdas la fÁbrica de ceramica en las afueras. >> entendido, dame ochenta. >> tienes sesenta. >> maldiciÓn. ♪. >> impresionante, pero esperaba que superara esa prueba, sargento. no olvide a su novia, le queda un minuto antes que le vuele los sesos. ♪. ♪. ♪. >> de prisa, paul! precisiÓn y rapidez! ♪. >> diez segundos, paul, muÉvete! ♪. >> bienvenido al juego final. ♪. ♪. ♪. >> dispÁrame, paul. si muero lo suelto, si lo suelto el chaleco de kim explotarÁ. no es tan fÁcil esta vez, ¿verdad? no tan fÁcil como cuando mataste a rose, ¿cierto? cierto? respÓndeme, maldito! >> quÉ es lo que quieres, walter! >> lo que quiero es que evites que me mate. convÉnceme de que no lo haga, no es frecuente que uno reviva la historia, ¿o sÍ? >> no lo hagas. >> convÉnceme de que no me mate. ♪. ♪. (disparos). ♪. ♪. ♪. ♪. (disparos). ♪. ♪. ♪. ♪. ♪. ♪. ♪. ♪. ♪. ♪. (sirenas pol
amendments without objection? that motion passes and supervisor kim >> i just got a couple of editions and i know that supervisor yee was great at adding things and i want to ask the rocks center task force and t the. >> supervisor kim as made a motion can we take those without objection? . that should be the case any other amendments. okay. colleagues can we take this resolution and adapted it await objection same house, same call? . madam clerk roll call and why don't we ask to keep things as short as possible. >> supervisor breed yes place of employment. today, i'm introducing a amendment to have a project at pave street. at over one hundred years old this building has been vacant it was once a sanitarium. it will become a residents for 16 development sdanltd adults. mercy a nonprofit that helps create affordable housing will renovate the building and the advocacy disabled and their families will provide services for the residents once the project is complete manufacture that su d will help us to move farther construction and residents will move ♪ early 2016. there's over one hundred
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